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by Ira Novoselsky & Max McKee (NOVOS-2)

     
Jan Van der Roost

The music of Jan Van der Roost. Seven movments from seven works.

This second NOVOS Radio/TV Program is based around a concept suggested by Ira Novoselsky. To navigate to other NOVOS programs, click the PREVIOUS & NEXT buttons at the top or bottom of the page.

1. The fourth movement of his work entitled SUITE PROVENCALE is a dance called Lis Escoubo. Jan discusses the composition of thiswork in the Commentary+Music version of NOVOS.
2. A recent composition commissioned by bands in Japan, Sword Dance from SINFONIETTA is an exciting and powerful setting. Hear the commentary in the Commentary+Music version.
 3. The Pavane from FOUR OLD DANCES. Music-only version and voice-over commentary version.
 4.The final movement from MANHATTAN PICTURES. Music-only and music+commentary version.
5. BALKANYA. The 3rd movement. Music-only and music+commentary version.
6. RIKUDIM. The 3rd movement. Jan Van der Roost discusses how this piece, Balkanya and Puszta came about in the Commentary+Music version of NOVOS.
7. PUSZTA movement three. Jan discusses its composition in the Commentary+Music version of NOVOS.




24-Minute Music Program with
featuring commentary



24-minute Music Only show

7-minute NOVOS TV interview
and concert video excerpts

There are 3 programs: (1) MUSIC ONLY, (2) MUSIC WITH COMMENTARY, or (3) VIDEO. The first two contain complete recordings of the 5 movements mentioned above. Total length of each audio progam is 24 minutes. The video version includes conducting appearances plus Midwest interviews. Length is 7 minutes. (The audio interview was conducted by telephone on June 2, 2005 by Max McKee from Ashland, Oregon to Jan Van der Roost at his home in Kontich, Belgium.)

The idea for this series is based on Ira Novoselsky's ongoing activity creating interesting, complete programs for traditional radio. When Bandworld Magazine went exclusively online in 2004, it became obvious that the Internet provides a way to get to a much broader audience. NOVOS was chosen in honor of Ira, who has contributed in many ways to the development of Bandworld Magazine and the American Band College Center for Research.

Click on the graphic of the orange, green or red box. Once the small inset box launches you can surf the web or handle other computer tasks while the program continues to play.

Important Links Related to this NOVOS Radio/TV #2 Program
Jan Van der Roost's Recordings
Hal Leonard Publications • Jan's Web Site

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